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Job Opportunity: IDAS Global – Machine Learning Engineer

October 8th 2019

Job Specification
Machine Learning Engineer (Python/Deep learning/CNNs/ML algorithms) -
with immediate start.


IDAS GLOBAL requires a Deep Machine Learning data scientist to capture and analyse texture analyses data sets in our lab working as part of an integral team. Suitable candidate receives an attractive remuneration package.


The majority of the work is done in a windows-based and open source environment and is basedat the IDAS lab in Bristol - Filton – Future Space.


Language based tasks
• AI architecture
• Working with Pythion, TensorFlow/Halcon
• CNN, Deep CNN
• Working with C/C++ (desirable but not essential)
• Requirements capture
• System test and integration
• GUI design and development


Suitable candidate can start asap and has a potential to embark on a long-term journey with us if they are able to deliverable tangible value add to our business.


Please contact:
Dr David Jesse Finnegan
CEO - Founding Partner
CSCS- iDAS Global
M: +44(0)7900 223 061 I D: +44 (0) 1174285748
E: David.Finnegan@idas.me.uk I W: http://cscs-global.com

OR 

Ian Crook
Chief Operating Officer/Partner
CSCS/iDAS Global Ltd
M: +44 (0) 7972 866841 I D: +44 (0) 117 428 5478 I E: ian.crook@idas.me.uk

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